Specialty Stores


Specialty Stores

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Barneys' Reprieve: Abu Dhabi Bails Out Dubai

Barneys' ultimate parent company, Dubai World's, gets lifeline, enabling the luxe retailer to put off a sale or bankruptcy — for now.


Korean Retailer Who.A.U. to Open in N.Y.

The little-known youth-oriented foreign retailer Who.A.U. is trying to break into the U.S. market.

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Boston's Newbury Street Evolves

Quirky independent retailers proliferate on Newbury Street as chains shut units.

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Comptoir des Cotonniers Opens Paris Flagship

Comptoir des Cotonniers has opened a 1,500-square-foot Paris flagship on picturesque Place Saint-Sulpice.

Christopher & Banks Expects Stronger Third Quarter

Christopher & Banks sees sales, gross margin improve, according to preliminary results.

A.P.C. Jean Touitou denim store London

A.P.C. Opens On the Left Bank

A.P.C., the hip fashion label known for its French preppy-flavored basics and jeans, has opened its first denim and accessories store.

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Talbots Gets New Owner, Slashes Debt

Talbots, a leader of the misses retail market, has a new owner in BPW and a lot less debt.

Retailer Boyds Staffs Up In Men’s

Boyds, a top independent specialty store in Philadelphia, has added two executives to its men’s buying team.

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Intimacy Chain to Open Second Manhattan Unit

Intimacy plans to open its second store in Manhattan on Dec. 18, said Susan Nethero, founder and chief executive officer.

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A Sugar Lilie Sprouts in L.A.

Sugar Lilie Dessous Prives, a new lingerie boutique in Los Angeles, features hard-to-find brands, such as Marlies Dekkers and Hot Milk.

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L.A.'s Melrose Avenue Hit by Weak Economy

Melrose Avenue, once among the hottest retail and fashion strips, is feeling the chill of California’s disastrous economy.

Claire's Moves into Black in 3rd Qtr.

Cost cutting and higher initial markup help reverse year-ago loss.

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